What regions do automation system integrators serve?

System integrators supplying information to the 2007 Control Engineering Automation Integrator Guide serve many regions. The least served area mentioned is Canada, but it isn’t underserved at all. Half the system integrators replying say they’d accept projects in Canada. The most served area is East North Central U.S. at 65%.
By Control Engineering Staff August 2, 2007

Oak Brook , IL —System integrators supplying information to the 2007

Control Engineering

Automation Integrator Guide serve many regions. The least served area mentioned is Canada, but it isn’t underserved at all. Half the system integrators replying say they’d accept projects in Canada. The most served area is East North Central U.S. at 65%.

The

Automation Integrator Guide Online

has a multi-parameter search engine, where any or multiple criteria can be selected to help choose among more than 1,400 system integrators in the tool. The categories are product experience, engineering specialties, annual revenue, industries served, corporate affiliations, professional affiliations, and areas served. The tool also can search by name or part of a name.

The regions served and the percentages are:

East North Central 65%

South Atlantic

Middle Atlantic 62%

East South Central 61%

West South Central 61%

International 60%

Pacific 60%

West North Central 58%

Mountain 58%

New England 57%

Canada 50%

Watch next month’s Control Engineering System Integration eNewsletter to learn about the professional affiliations of system integrators.

The automation system integrator search tool, upgraded by system integrators often during the year, is accessible via the Control Engineering home page. Control Engineering is part of Reed Business Information.
Also read:

Automation: System integrator leading corporate affiliations

Automation: Revenues of system integrators

Vance VanDoren, Control Engineering consulting editor, and editor of the Automation Integrator Guide listings, helped with this story.

Mark T. Hoske, editor in chief

, Control Engineering

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